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Nicole Scherzinger joins the Black Eyed Peas for new club anthem - report

Published 28/09/2016

Nicole Scherzinger
Nicole Scherzinger

The My Humps hitmakers regroup to record new track with the former Pussycat Dolls star.

Nicole Scherzinger has reportedly returned to the studio to record a new song with the band she almost joined - and the girl who took her place.

The former Pussycat Dolls star almost became's sidekick in Black Eyed Peas and when she stepped aside Fergie replaced her.

Now, over a decade after Nicole passed on the chance to record with the group, she has hit the studio with and Fergie to record a new dancefloor filler, according to The Sun.

The trio has been spotted at Metropolis Studios in West London, where Nicole and Fergie are recording a duet during midnight sessions with

Black Eyed Peas bandmates and Taboo have also been spotted at the studio, which is where Adele recorded her hit album 25.

A source tells The Sun, "Nicole met all four members and was laying down vocals until the early hours. She was singing about 'feeling the fire' and 'wanting her way like a holiday'."

All other details about the studio sessions are top secret.

Meanwhile, the Black Eyed Peas are regrouping after a lengthy hiatus, during which Fergie became a mum and recorded solo tracks, while turned his skills to reality TV and became a talent show judge and mentor on The Voice in the U.K. and Australia.

The duo is putting the finishing touches to Fergie's new solo album Double Dutchess, the follow-up to her hit 2006 album The Dutchess. She released her lead single from the project, M.I.L.F. $ in July (16).

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